Tuesday, January 24, 2017


Flying along the fast trail on Baldy Mountain this morning. Zoom!
Zipping along in a fast sprint tuck. Wheeee!

Out-stretched, flying Siberians! Zoom!
Baldy Mountain is a great trail for cutting loose the skijoring engine. The trail has a steep pitch, so after hauling the human uphill, Max & Zorro get to turn around and FLY back down with me in tow.

Today's video clip shows how much fun we have flying down the Baldy Trail. Zoom!
[watch on youtube if no video loads below]

Other than being airborne down the main Baldy Trail (see above), we mixed some other fun into the day...

Laying fresh tracks at the start of the day. The cabin you see in front of us is actually an old, abandoned mining cabin. It may look nice from this distance but it actually has no windows, doors, heat, water or anything else :)
"What a great place to live!" joke Max & Zorro.
Pausing on a narrow single track to inspect another abandoned mining cabin:
"Okay, so it needs a little 'roof work', but what potential!" declares home inspector Max.
A fun day climbing and touring around Baldy Mountain before cutting it loose and flying back down: 8 miles traveled with 1200 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 22 MPH.

2016/2017 Season to Date: 66 days on the trails covering 522.6 miles with 55,700 feet of elevation climbed.

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